Lee-Anne Litton returns

Lee-Anne Litton and Alejandro Rolandi

Lee-Anne Litton returns as a guest artist for the the Beyond Technique Residency #3 at Bundanon Trust 1 – 8 November 2015. She joins Dance Integrated Australia’s Creative Director, Philip Channells and an exciting line up of artistic collaborators working across different creative modalities including dance, theatre, sound design, film, digital projections and multi-media.

Want to collaborate with some of Australia’s best dance makers in an all-inclusive dance residency? Early bird Expressions of Interest are now open! To access the registration form, click here. Get in quick to take advantage of the $100 discount.

I am delighted to join the Beyond Technique Residency team again – last years experience of creative incubation left me with awe and respect for all those involved. 8 days of living and working together is a fabulous way to delve deep and challenge your practice as a dancer or maker alongside further building your community of like minded folk. Lee-Anne Litton

For more information visit the Facebook event.

Contact Sean Campbell (Project Manager) on +61 432 714 534 or email seanwcampbell68@gmail.com


Lee-Anne Litton is a Sydney based aerialist, dancer, performer and collaborator originally from Perth, Western Australia, who has created and performed in works within the realms of physical theatre, circus, dance.

She has performed nationally and internationally with some of Australia’s physical theatre companies, including her own, Strings Attached. Lee-Anne has a curiosity in the line between aerial performance and dance theatre, which has been influenced by her strong investigation and passion for Contact Improvisation alongside her extensive aerial training specializing in elastic rope and harness work as well as other static aerial apparatuses.

Lee-Anne’s teaching credits include; Strings Attached, Stalker, Legs On The Wall, Force Majeure, SYDC, ACPE, UNSW, NIDA, Aerialize, Touch Compass Co, Dance Integrated Australia, InsideOutside Theatre.

Photo: Kimberly Brewster

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body, AMP Foundation and Bundanon Trust. This project is endorsed by the World Dance Alliance Dance Integrated Australia is an Associate Organisation of Ausdance NSW 2016 – 2018.

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